Lowest Accepted GMAT Score at FT Ranked Schools


Hello everybody!

I've been trying like crazy to break 700 on the GMAT but so far my success has been limited. Got 690 on the last try though.

I want to apply to the highest ranked schools that I can feasibly get into. I know that average GMAT scores at top 10 schools can reach 740+, so I don't know about those schools, but what about the next level down (11-25)?

Michigan - Ross caught my eye, as did Dartmouth, but I'm not sure how realistic my chances are. Any thoughts from the crowd??

Also, any suggestions would be accepted. I was focusing on schools in the USA but I could go abroad too, if my GMAT would go farther somewhere else.

Thanks!!
Hello everybody!

I've been trying like crazy to break 700 on the GMAT but so far my success has been limited. Got 690 on the last try though.

I want to apply to the highest ranked schools that I can feasibly get into. I know that average GMAT scores at top 10 schools can reach 740+, so I don't know about those schools, but what about the next level down (11-25)?

Michigan - Ross caught my eye, as did Dartmouth, but I'm not sure how realistic my chances are. Any thoughts from the crowd??

Also, any suggestions would be accepted. I was focusing on schools in the USA but I could go abroad too, if my GMAT would go farther somewhere else.

Thanks!!
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Ayon
Dartmouth is Ivy league, to get into that with a lower than usual GMAT score would be something. Based on your nationality, undergrad GPA, career progression - I am sure you can access your chances.
Dartmouth is Ivy league, to get into that with a lower than usual GMAT score would be something. Based on your nationality, undergrad GPA, career progression - I am sure you can access your chances.
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